It happened at an enclosed slab next to a mobile home in Turner.
Riley Davis died at Maine Medical Center in Portland.
He was burned on more than 70% of his body after the diesel fuel exploded.
A 38-year-old soldier who was originally from Houlton has died in Iraq, Gov. John Baldacci said Sunday.
Sgt. 1st Class Jonathan Allen Lowery was killed on Friday in Mosul. Lowery was serving with the 3rd Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, III Corps. Lowery was a career military man.
The crash happened at a home on Essex Street, just after 4 pm sunday afternoon.
Police haven’t released many details yet.
So far, they haven’t identified either person involved in the crash, but initial reports indicated that a man had accidentally run over his wife.
Volunteers have continued the tradition of
placing donated Christmas wreaths from Maine on headstones at
Arlington National Cemetery.
Saturday’s event marked the 16th year that Morrill Worcester and
his Worcester Wreath Co. have donated wreaths to honor the nation’s
It’s snowing over nearly all of Maine, and we could soon see sleet and freezing rain in many areas…
The storm that’s worked its way from the Midwest is expected to bring 12 to 18 inches of snow to western Maine’s mountains, a bonanza for the ski areas. A swath across the interior could get 6 to 8 inches, and coastal regions are looking at 4 to 8 inches.
With heating oil prices more than a third
higher than they were a year ago, some of Maine’s social service
agencies are being bombarded with requests for home heating
State energy office Director John Kerry says it’s a crisis for
36-year-old Olin Stevens faces three counts of gross sexual assault, and three counts of unlawful sexual contact against girls under the age of fourteen.
The crimes reportedly happened between June and September.
Authorities say that a man held up the T.D. Banknorth branch on Broadway, at about 3:20, Wednesday afternoon.
A young man walked into the bank and handed a note to a teller which said that the robber had a gun, and that he wanted money.
Police say 34-year-old Russell Banks of Burlington was arrested early Saturday morning.
He’s the Chief of the Triangle Fire Department, which serves the towns of Lowell, Burlington and Grand Falls.
A resident on the East Old Main Road in Lowell called police when he saw a fire truck race by his house with its lights and sirens on.
(AP) A federal rule that takes effect next October requires lobstermen to use sinking rope instead of floating rope on their traps. Supporters of the change say it’ll protect right whales from getting entangled in floating rope.
Fairfield police have arrested 48-year-old Lorenzo Witham, of Clinton, and 44-year-old Charles Emmons, of Northwood New Hampshire.
According to officers, they hit two locations in Skowhegan before heading to Fairfield. Once there, local police say Emmons walked into the Pilot Travel Center on Center Road around 8:30 pm.
The Maine Public Utilities Commission will wait another week to take up the issue.
The commission met this morning briefly to say changes have been added to the proposal, which would sell Verizon’s operations in all of Northern New England.
(AP) A pilot program starting Jan. 1 at MaineGeneral Health hospitals will establish a $500 college savings account for every newborn at the Augusta and Waterville hospitals. The program will expand statewide a year later, and earlier if the pilot program goes well.
Larry Post made his announcement Monday night at the selectmen’s meeting.
He’s worked out a contract with the town that’ll keep him on the job until the end of June.
Post will have put in 30 years, this May.
Police arrested 18-year-old John Ruuk of Brewer, 20-year-old Allyn White of Brewer, and 19-year-old Brad Study of Clifton.
They were all rounded up Monday night in Brewer.
The three are accused of smashing in the front window of Roger’s Market Sunday night and stealing beer and cigarettes.
27 year old Benjamin Oakes of Waterville made a video appearance in an Augusta courtroom Monday afternoon.
Oakes was arrested Friday night.
Police say he assaulted a woman who was walking her dog Thursday near the entrance of Colby College.
(AP) Barbara Jean Pearson of Bradford was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Bangor, where she pleaded guilty in April to theft of public funds and bankruptcy fraud.
The 43-year-old Pearson, former owner of Cold Stream Oil, admitted that she used money earmarked for fuel to gamble online and for her personal use.
Winkin was brought to the hospital Monday in serious condition, after suffering a stroke.
We’re told he was ":out for a walk": on Monday, when he collapsed. A passerby found him, and called for help.
(AP) Law enforcement officials say the fireballs coincided with Monday evening’s launch from Kennedy Space Center in Florida of what a defense agency spokesman described as a ":national security satellite.":
Sgt. Derek Strong of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police tells the Bangor Daily News that the orange lights were caused by debris re-entering the earth’s atmosphere and crashing into the ocean off Point Lepreau, New Brunswick.
The call came in late Monday afternoon to a two story home on Carey Lane.
The home is owned by Christopher and Dacia Rancourt who live there with their 16-year-old son.